Circuits 2

Circuits 2

Reference Book

Roland E. Thomas, Albert J. Rosa, and Gregory J. Toussaint
“The Analysis and Design of Linear Circuits”, Wiley, 7th Edition, 2012
(Prior versions of this book are also acceptable)

Course Goals

  • AC analysis of linear circuits to include circuit theorems via classical and transform techniques.
  • Emphasis is placed on the Laplace transform, including use of pole-zero and Bode diagrams to analyze and design circuits, including multiple filters (single pole cascade, Butterworth, Chebychev), and step response circuits.
  • Phasor applications to sinusoidal steady state analysis and AC power.
  • Computer analysis software is used as an aid to circuit analysis.
  • Laboratory program practicing time and frequency domain analysis and design techniques on step response and filter problems.
  • Applications to instrumentation and circuits.

Hardware:

Software: WaveForms (free) from Digilent

Portable Equipment (PE) Videos:

Additional Resources

  • Real Analog: Circuits 1 is a comprehensive collection of free educational materials that seamlessly blend hands-on design projects with theoretical concepts and circuit analysis techniques. Developed for university “Circuits” classes by practicing engineers and experienced educators.
    • Follow Chapter 6 to 12

Course Modules